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Ontology Temporal Evolution for Multi-Entity Bayesian Networks under Exogenous and Endogenous Semantic Updating

09/10/2010
by   Massimiliano Dal Mas, et al.
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It is a challenge for any Knowledge Base reasoning to manage ubiquitous uncertain ontology as well as uncertain updating times, while achieving acceptable service levels at minimum computational cost. This paper proposes an application-independent merging ontologies for any open interaction system. A solution that uses Multi-Entity Bayesan Networks with SWRL rules, and a Java program is presented to dynamically monitor Exogenous and Endogenous temporal evolution on updating merging ontologies on a probabilistic framework for the Semantic Web.

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